性格與心理疾患 (Personality and Mental Disorders-GP_pt3)

This course discusses the essence of interpersonal relationships and interaction through Personality & Mental Disorders.
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1hr 55min of on-demand video
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English, Traditional Chinese

Personality (part3)
Personality & Mental Disorder (part3)
Emotion & Structure of Emotion (part1)
Cognitive Appraisal & Emotional Responses (part1)
Interpersonal Relationship & Social Interaction (part2)
Social Cognitive Process: Impression Formation & Attitude Change (part2)


  • This course does not require background knowledge.






General Psychology discusses the essence and process of interpersonal relationships and social interaction through three important aspects–Emotion, Social Influence & Social Cognition, and Personality & Mental Disorders. We hope students can grasp a basic understanding of social interaction after taking the course.

General Psychology consists of 3 main aspects, in a total of 6 units (below, this course is part3). Each unit is made up of numerous sub-units which offer 5-15 minutes of course videos. There are Quizzes to reflect on how much you've learned.

part1: Emotion and Emotion Regulation

part2: Social Influence and Social Cognition

part3: Personality and Mental Disorders

As you complete the course please think about the following questions:


please reflect on your experience and share with us:

Based on what we have discussed so far, in your own life, your own experience or experiences of other people are when problems are encountered or you have harbored some impulses whether there is a more acceptable (or normal) way to deal with them. What kind of defense mechanism either you or the other person would use to face or deal with such problems or impulses.


Throughout the content of General Psychology, you probably would agree emotion regulation plays a critical role in having a productive and healthy interpersonal relationship. Furthermore, effective emotion regulation can also play an important role in preventing mental illness. As the final, we would like you to share your thought and opinion on how emotion regulation may help create a healthy social life on one hand and avoid the peril of mental disorder on the other.

Who this course is for:

  • This course is suitable for those who are interested in the field of psychology.


Professor at the Department of Psychology (CCU)
Gary C.-W. Shyi
  • 5.0 Instructor Rating
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  • 280 Students
  • 3 Courses


The State University of New York at Stony Brook (Ph.D.)

Rutgers University (Postdoctoral Research Fellow)


Professor at the Department of Psychology, National Chung Cheng University (CCU)

Cognitive Science Research Center Director

Cognitive Science Ph.D. Program Director

The Advanced Institute of Manufacturing with High-tech Innovations (AIM-HI) Section Director


Visual cognition, Object recognition, Scene perception, and Visual-spatial attention

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